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Unread 06-22-2009, 08:00 PM   #1
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i am new to this sight, and don t really know if i should be here. i am pregnant and found out a week ago that there is no heart beat and that the baby died june 1st (almost 3 weeks ago). i can t function, my boyfriend thinks that i should be grateful for the kids i do have, but i can t even seem to look at them without being recentful, i try to fake it around them and make them think everything is fine, but i seem to be yelling at every1 all the time. don t get me wrong i love my children and i really don t want to hurt them in anyway. i jus dunno wat to do anymore.
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